Cold fusion success in Japan gets warm reception in India | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Cold fusion success in Japan gets warm reception in India

Researchers in Japan have given a live public demonstration of their cold fusion device, a historic experiment that is likely to revive global interest in this controversial method of energy generation that was earlier debunked as nonsense.

A report in the California-based New Energy Times says the tabletop device built by Osaka University physicist Yoshiaki Arata and his associate Yue Chang Zhang continuously generated excess energy in the form of heat and also produced helium particles.

'The demonstration showed their method was highly reproducible,' the report quoted physicist Akito Takahashi, one of the 60 persons from industry and universities who witnessed it, as saying.

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